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National Democracy (Spain)

National Democracy
Democracia Nacional
Leader Manuel Canduela Serrano
Founded 1995
Youth wing Democracia Nacional Joven
Ideology Spanish nationalism
White nationalism
Right-wing populism
Spanish unionism
Political position Far-right
European affiliation Euronat
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National Democracy (Spanish: Democracia Nacional, DN) is a far right[1] political party in Spain, founded in 1995. It is modeled on the Front National (FN) of France, and grew indirectly out of several defunct parties like the Spanish Circle of Friends of Europe (CEDADE) group and Juntas Españolas. Its leader is Manuel Canduela Serrano, a former member of Accion Radical, a group active in the Valencian Community. He was also a vocalist in the so-called identity rock group Division 250.[2]

In the 2004 general election, the party got 15,180 votes throughout Spain, amounting to 0.06% of the total vote. In the 2008 general election, it got 12,588 votes, amounting to 0.05% of the vote. That dropped to 0.01% of the vote in the 2011 general election, with 1,876 votes.

In 2007 they gained three town councillors: two in Tardajos and one in Herradón de Pinares. In Tardajos they governed with the People's Party. In the 2011 local elections one town councillor was elected under the DN banner in Tardajos. In the 2015 local elections DN lost the seat in Tardajos but gained a new town councillor at Cuenca de Campos.


  1. ^ Romero, Juanma Los 10.000 hijos de la ultraderecha 18 November 2007 Público, 54
  2. ^ [2]

External links

  • Official website of Democracia Nacional
  • White sheep poster in Switzerland and Germany
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